C-Licence boost for coaches
LOCAL COACHES will get an opportunity to boost their skills when the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association of Football (CONCACAF) stages the region’s first C-Licence course in Barbados next month.
This was confirmed last week by club licensing and development senior manager Jonathan Martinez.
Barbados Football Association’s (BFA) assistant treasurer Adrian Donovan said that Barbados applied to host the course and won the right to roll out the pilot for the programme which runs from April 21-29.
“This will be the first ever C-Licence course to be conducted in the CONCACAF region. We had earlier held three D-Licence courses and they were rather successful and and then, just in January, we were able to host another first in our area, a course on turf maintenance. We saw some 60 participants from around the region here for that course,” said Donovan.
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